Sara M. Green, Founder, Executive Director, Art for Refugees in Transition, A.R.T., received her MBA in Finance and Economics from Columbia Graduate School of Business. In 2001, she traveled to Kosovo with the International Rescue Committee to examine programs and policies for children in armed conflict. Since 2003, Ms. Green has implemented A.R.T.’s programs across the globe, with programs in Thailand with Burmese refugees. Colombia with the internally displaced, Egypt with African refugees, Jordan with Syrian refugees, and Israel with refugees and immigrants. She holds a BFA in Dance and a BA in History from Ohio State University. Ms. Green has seven years of experience in management, fundraising, development, and strategic planning for non-profits, including The New York City Ballet and Dance Theatre Workshop. Ms. Green danced professionally for 10 years in Europe and the U.S. In 2011, Ms. Green was awarded the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship. Her work with A.R.T. has been featured in several books, including “More Than 85 Broads,” by Janet Hanson and “The Art of Doing Good,” by Charles Bronfman and Jeffrey Solomon.
We look forward to you joining us for this exciting first meeting of 2021.